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. the ntsb has tried to fix the problem. >> ntc for years has advocated for a change in state law that would require any car once it leaves the lot to actually have a license plate. >> reporter: but so far, they have had no success in sacramento. >> those folks that are using the toll bridges and not paying for that crossing put a greater on us who do pay our tolls. >> reporter: tonight i checked with the ntc and they said anyone who is caught violating the tolls and going through without a plate faces fines of $25 and up. they plan to continue working with the legislator to try and change the laws. reporting live in oakland, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now the ntc wants the legislature to require all vehicles to have either a permanent plate or a temporary numbered plate at all times. one proposal would be to require dealer to print and install temporary paper plates before a car leaves the lot. the number would then be entered into the dmv data base. >>> new at 10:00, oakland police are investigating a shooting at the value inn hotel at west mcarthur boulevard. it
learning more about the suspected shooter, paul ciancia. according to a federal law enforcement official, he was carrying materials including an anti-tsa rant and a reference to a new world order. ciancia lived in los angeles, but he is from new jersey. police have been at his family's home in pennsville, new jersey. according to the police chief, the suspect sent text messages to his family yesterday, ranting about the government. >> basically, the text message was just a message to the little brother and the way it was written, they had some concern about it, and that's when they brought it to our attention. >> the chief says officers informed police in los angeles, but then it was too late. >>> from the moment the first shots rang out, it was chaos at l.a.x. cnn's dan simon reports on how it all happened and the personal stories of the people who had to run for their lives. >> this is going to be a major, major incident, working here at l. l.a.x. >> reporter: los angeles international airport, 9:20 a.m. local time. the fbi says 23-year-old paul anthony ciancia enters terminal 3, pulls
scrutiny, as white house officials admit some plans will cease to exist under the law. >> it's true there are existing health care plans on the individual market that don't meet those minimum standards and, therefore, do not qualify for the affordable care act. there are some that can be grandfathered if people want to keep insurance that's substandard. what is also true is americans who have insurance on the existing individual market will now have numerous options available to them. >> reporter: president obama making an obama care pitch to young people. you must sign up for health insurance to avoid a fine. >> when you look at the number of young people who actually want health insurance but are having trouble affording it, the fact we're making it affordable for them for the first time, that's a big deal. >> reporter: a new study shows 70% of eligible americans between 18 and 34 can now purchase coverage for less than $100 per month. that's if they can sign up. health care.gov was knocked offline sunday, along with the data hub that verifies eligibility for government subsidies.
not spy on anyone except for valid foreign intelligence purposes and only work within the law. >> u.s. intelligence listened in on the conversations of 35 american allies. reports that drew sharp criticism from top members of congress in both parties. >> the reports are very disturbing. friends don't spy on friends. >> reporter: or do we? is spying on friends still going on? >> is the united states now listening in on the phone conversations of friendly presidents and prime ministers? >> john, i'm not going to get in to discussions of specific activities, intelligence gathering activities. >> we are listening in to the conversations of friendly heads of state. >> again i'm not going to talk about specific or alleged intelligence gathering operations. >> the head of the nsa warned that new limits on u.s. espionage could be dangerous. >> is much more important for this country that we defend this nation and take the beatings than to give up on a program that would result in this nation being attacked. >> reporter: the u.s. has been under fire over reports the u.s. collected tens of mi
intelligence was not running amuck. >> our current programs are bound by the rule of law and they are focused on threats to our security, not the communications of ordinary persons. >> what the president said in our interview that the leaks by edward snowden have done is make the united states rethink how we spy on our allies and how the nsa is controlled. >> should we assume from that answer, sir, that you did or would know if actually that was happening? >> jim, as i said, i'm not here to talk about classified information. what i am confirming is the fact that we're undergoing a complete review of how intelligence -- there are very strict laws governing what we do internally. >> right. >> internationally, there are less constraints on how our intelligence teams operates. what i have said is that it's important for us to insure as technology develops and expands, that are reflective of our values. >> questions also emerge this past week about how much the president knew about the troubled website that was america's porthole to obama care. the website that came online and then offline. >> thi
insurance. that has been one of president obama's key selling points for his new health care law. >> if you've got health insurance, it doesn't mean a government takeover. you keep your own insurance. if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. >> but four sources deeply involved in the affordable care act tell nbc news between 45% to 50% can expect to find a cancellation letter in the past year. the reason, their existing policies do not meet the minimum standards mandated by the new health care law. 2010 obama care regulations do cite a normal turnover in the individual insurance market. now the white house is pushing back on the investigation. josh ernest tweeted, quote, that's "a," not new, and "b," not caused by aca. it's a problem aca will solve. for more, head to nbcnews.com. >>> also on monday the obama administration granted a six-week extension without penalty to sign up for coverage. the new deadline now is march 31th. >>> now to the other issue causing white house headaches. those u.s. spy games around the world. president obama is now calling for programs monitoring our alli
ill. siding with the nra and undermining law enforcement. no wonder the washington post calls cuccinelli polarizing, provocative and partisan. cuccinelli. too extreme for virginia independence usa pac sponsored this ad. >>> back on wusa9 with a travel alert. you can expect calmia road to be closed tomorrow near rock creek in northwest d.c. crews will be doing more construction work to replace a damaged culvert. >>> another heads up, this involving the cno canal in d.c. the national park service is temporarily closing the small bridge that leads to fletcher's boathouse by the canal. an inspection turned up corrosion on several steel beams. the bridge will be closed three weeks while temporary repairs are made. >>> two big losses in the entertainment world over the weekend, marsha wallace's career, best remembered for her voice of bart simpson's teacher, 70 years old. she passed away. lou reed lost his battle with liver problems yesterday, 71 years old, had a transplant in april. rolling stone called his debut as a part of the velvet underground one of the most influential album
bullet. >>> a federal judge threw out key portions of the texas abortion law. it is set to kick in tomorrow. the law was the subject of angry debate. the judge struck down requirements about doctor-admitting privileges at hospitals and partially blocked new restrictions on pregnancy-ending drugs. >>> u.s. officials confirm that a military drone strike in somalia has killed two suspected members of the terror group al shabab, suspected of the deadly attack on the mall in kenya. >>> chinese state media reports that at least five people were killed, a dozen injured. the cause was unknown. >>> and check this out wolf, this is one of three newly discovered species found living in the remote part of northern australia. i want to show you some others. and scientists also discovered this fellow. it hunts for insects in daylight. and also this to show you, this creature, which is hard to make out due to camouflage, called the leaf-tailed gecko, it hides in boulders during the day and hunts at night. pretty cool. >> very cool. impressed. the gecko and the other is a skink. i don't even kn
. the president took aim at republicans for trying to destroy his law. >> health care is complicated and very personal. it's easy to scare folks. and it's no surprise that some of the same folks trying to scare people now are the same folks who have been trying to sink the affordable care act from the beginning. >> joining me now is the chairman of the republican national committee. you guys have gone from being the villains to suddenly the heroes. how on earth did this happen? >> it's not a good result as far as the american people go. the problem is not just the website. that's a mess and people can't sign up. now we are getting into really some bad things that are affecting us. the hundreds of thousands beingd finding out with obama. >> as time that people will see fighting over the implementation of law that would be terrible for the american people is worth it and so this is going to require legislative action and you are going to see democrats coming to the table admitting that the president lied and it's a law that would be a disaster for the american people and a lot of these democrat
and since three years after its a law they are still fighting, can you imagine what it would be like if he said yeah, some people's rate wills go up. the thing passed by this much. if they said that, they might have lost the whole thing and politicians are always making compromises like that. for crying out loud, they made a compromise on slavery. >> when -- >> began -- >> when i see the president of the united states repeatedly including the state of the union assuring the american people you want to keep your doctor, plan, you will. he said it again and again and again. now we know that senior members in the very administration knew all along, they have known for three years, probably at least 50% of the people that applied, that would not apply. they would have to change their plan. that's a bare faced lie and i think somebody supportive of obama care. i come from a country that -- >> again, let's look at the perspective again on this. why did we do this? why did we -- why did obama -- a lot of people when they got into office said he made a big mistake and should have went into the eco
the president came at the republicans for trying to destroy his law. >> health care is complicated and very personal and easy to scare folks, and it's no surprise that some of the same folks trying to scar people now are the same folks trying to sink the affordable care act from the beginning joining me now, the chairman of the republican national committee. you guy haves gone from being the villains of the nation two weeks ago to suddenly the heroes. how on earth has this happened? >> well, it's not for -- it's not a good result as far as i think something very bad for the american people, piers. and so look, the problem is not just the website, you know, that is a mess and people can't sign up, but now we're getting into really some bad things that are affecting people's lives and, you know, when millions of people are being asked to sign on to a system that they can't sign on to and then they are also getting notices by the hundreds of thousands that their health care is being dropped and then they are finding out that they will pay more money, you know, it's a lot of broken promises fro
make some changes to the law, specifically, extending the enrollment deadline beyond march 31st of next year. that could open the door if there is big senate debate about that to the possibility of extending and delaying the individual mandate which is the all-important way to fund this entire law. bottom line is, this effort has been led by jeanne shaheen of new hampshire. she is up for re-election in 2014 and has to defend the law. here she is on cbs. >> the rollout has been a disaster so what i'm proposing we extend the period in which people can enroll so we can make sure we get as many people who want health insurance able to enroll and be i believe to be covered. >> reporter: and that is an important point that the white house keeps stressing which is that while there are these 10 senate democrats or so who are pushing for changes they're not trying to defund the law, they're not trying to dismantle the law as republicans have tried. said the democrats are pushing for changes the president may not want to make right now but they're trying to make the law better although you notice
fixing obama care, making sure the law works, has to be top priority and with today's announcement that some big tech companies are contributing experts to help fix healthcare.gov, it's pretty clear the administration knows that. wolf? >> the news is not good over at the white house. let's move on. the health care law says that members of congress and congressional staff have to go into these new obama care insurance exchanges but some lawmakers are planning to exploit a loophole in the law. our capitol hill reporter is working this part of the story, lisa desjardens. >> reporter: you probably remember in 2010 when congress froze the affordable care act, they decided that members of congress and their staff should personally feel the ups and downs of the obama care exchange. they wrote that into the law. fast forward to now, and members will still be required to go into those exchanges, our elected members of congress, but because of the way the law was written, vaguely, it's not as clear for staff. there's a very messy debate over that. really quickly, here's why. when the law was
can afford the insurance plans. >> the new law is more than a website. >> reporter: she'll tell congress they have had 700,000 applications. from her medicare chief no word on how many have been able to get past the error messages to actually buy insurance. >> we will not have the numbers available until mid november. >> reporter: opponents are unconvinced that the faulty website and insurance itself are a good deal. >> there is no way to fix this. >> it is a public relations nightmare. >> it's not time for sanding to take place, but a chainsaw needs to come out. >> reporter: today, president obama heads to massachusetts to highlight how health reform worked there. he's under fire for promising americans could keep their insurance. for millions plans are being cancelled because they don't meet minimum standards. >> now they are told they can't. that's a lie. >> he didn't say anything wrong. >> reporter: the white house is tweaking the story. >> if you wanted it and it was available you could. >> reporter: so far 2 million people received cancellations. that may be just the begin
the victim. >>> the man convicted of causing michael jackson's death walked out of jail. a change in law allowed his time to be reduced due to the time served. two years ago the former cardiologist was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for giving a deadly dose of prop follow p--- prop an ol to jackson. he has always hasn'ted his innocence. he already filed a petition in texas to have his med clam license reinstated. >>> let's talk about a 3d perspective. it did bring some shower activity to points south of us. for now we continue to see a relatively quiet setup. that is likely to continue into the day tomorrow. maryland's most powerful radar, where is the nearest precipitation. we have to scan toward roan knock. unless your travel plans take you south of staunton, you're going to stay dry in the mid- atlantic. fog in the low valley. could see patches of fog. it's possible. high thin cloud cover after that fog lifted in northern baltimore county and phyt billion finish to the day. st. vincent pilates, a beautiful day. clouds are 25 feet up. a bright, bright finish to the day. 64 at
next. uz)Ñ >> law enforcement agencies from across the world are in the second day of a brutal training exercise right here in the bay area urban shield 2013 is nearing it's completion. it's a regional preparedness exercise hosted by the alameda county sheriff's office. testing how prepared law enforcement agencies and first responders are to face a variety of high-pressure scenarios - such as a school shooting. by utilizing volunteers, the agencies go through training exercises for 48-hours straight.with little to no sleep. the idea is to simulate a real disaster. . to improve upon. urban shield comes to an end monday morning. coming up at eight. new concerns about obamacare. how safe is the healthcare site against cybercrime. we take a look. plus, a brutal mass murder in brooklyn. what would make a man kill his own family in cold blood? and a carnival ride gone bad, may be no accident. investigators are now saying somebody tampered with the ride at the state fair. details, next. a man has been arrested in connection with the murders of his five family members, including four children.
's people at dolores park planning to break city law in order to protest a proposed law to close the parks at night. it's a chilly night for a camp out in san francisco. but a hot button issue has a few protesters ready to spend the night at dolores park. >> this is also about criminalized poverty. >> they're proposing legislation to give parks uniformed closing time. >> the people who are in the parks at night aren't all causing trouble. they're people who are down on their luck and have nowhere to go. >> reporter: some neighborhood associations think it's about time. >> do you use the park between midnight and 5:00 a.m. >> no, as gavin newsom once said, nothing good happens after midnight. >> reporter: san francisco is the only major city in the country without a uniformed closing time for its parks. supervisor scott weiner sponsored the proposal. >> there's nothing more frustrating than to see vandalism in our parks. >> reporter: in may of last year, vandals struck the newly constructed dolorer park one day after it opened. vandals have caused millions of the dollars a year most of it h
years. it's not a bill. it's a law. i know the tea people think they know the constitution, i don't know if they read it. a bill becomes a law. once it does, you don't argue about it. you know what this reminds me of? there is a stupid award show the espys. you don't need an award show for sports because we know who won because they actually played the game. the best football team, they won the super bowl. i don't care your opinion on the best football team. it the law, you're supposed to help it along. democrats are not going into iraq but i'm routing for my country to succeed. that's now how they played it. they shut down the government and go to the map in every possible way and vote to repeal it 41 times and that's the patriotic thing to do about trying to bring health care to people in this country that don't have it. there are problems, let's work together to fix them. why aren't the republicans for medicare, supposed to be the party of business. for years business is complaining we're an unfair advantage because we have to cover workers because other countries don't have this stup
the minimum standards required by the president's health care law, are forced to have their plan canceled or changed or some say they simply can't afford the affordable care act. we've spoken to some families, because of the new rirpts, new laws, we can no offer your current policy. this individual tells us that the closest comparable plan available from an then blue cross is 65% more. another family in north carolina says the plan they are most likely being forced toward is going to cost them $1208 a month. that's a 430% increase over what they were presently paying. >> with a that said, we've talked about the glitches, including this issue overnight, as has been pointed out over and over, those things can be fixed. for those people who have sticker shock and perhaps don't know the process of getting in subsidies or help with paying with this, this could be the thing we're talking about most on wednesday. >> reporter: i think you're right. we reached out to jay carney and i asked if the white house would concede there are winners and losers in the the obama care situation. he would conce
claims millions of people could lose coverage because of the law. the administration is extending the signup window by six weeks. senior white house correspondent brianna keilar is here with the very latest. >> that signup deadline now march 31st. it had been february 15th. that is a change. and the white house also now admitting that some americans may lose their previous insurance plans under the obama care law but arguing that that's not actually a bad thing. one of the president's long-time promises about his name sake health care reform plan -- >> if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan. >> reporter: is coming under intense scrutiny as white house officials admit some plans will cease to exist under the law. >> it's true there are existing health care plans on the individual market. that don't meet the minimum standards and therefore do not qualify for the affordable care act. there are some that can be grandfathered if people want to keep insurances substandard. what is also true is about americans who have insurance on the existing individual m
with the law once again, but the news isn't all bad. how he could avoid jail time all together. >>> still plenty of clouds rolling across our skies right now. will we see anymore rain drops? we'll talk about that coming up. >>> we have a new accident now near the airport near sfo northbound 101 access road. we'll have all the latest details. is it causing delays? all your highlights after the break. blach ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, someth >>> well, a scary surprise for hayward man as he watched a movie inside his bedroom. out on the streets a ford mustang crashed through his wall, stopped right next to him, car barely missed him. >> banged the wall and flash. first thought is, wow, again, because it happened about, like, nine to eight years ago. >> well, the fire department says speed may have been a factor in the crash. nobody was hurt fortunately, but the mustang driver pointed out to gonzales that his car was totalled. by the way, the apartment, well, they are, too. ten residents are now displaced until they can make some repairs. >>> felony charges against singer chris brown and his bodyguard
issue into a bigger condemnation of all of the law. that's the problem. >> you keep talking about the small issue about the web site. let's talk about the small issue that was on the split screen with the web site down while she testified for over three hours. >> right. >> this was watching this and watching that split screen that says the web site is completely down. >> interesting that the web site never crashed. which i guess i don't know what the technical definition of crash is. but it's not working. and even while she's saying. >> but i'm saying let that play out. >> how do you let that play out? don't ask questions? >> they literally cannot take the win. they cannot actually accept this idea that they were right about some things but not about everything. if we're going to hold these hearings and we want to hold people accountable to fix something, that's one thing. but when you're holding hearings to affix blame, that is a whole other conversation. >> charles, let me give you congressional hearing 101. >> you don't have to. >> the democrats see nothing wrong. and the repub
today. really a bombshell when you consider that russian law earlier this year condemned, quote, homosehomosexual propaga children. it sparked worldwide protests and threats from athletes to boycott next year's winter games in sochi. well, now president vladimir putin has a pledge most folks did not see coming. gay and lesbian athletes and visitors will be welcome. phil black is live for us in sochi, russia, and phil, why now? why the sudden change in stance? >> well, you're right, brooke. there has been a lot of anger over that law in this country which makes it illegal to tell chin that gay and straight relationships are equal. it's been branded diskr discriminatory. it's an attempt to cool down some of that international anger. there were even called to boycott the sochi games so he's going out of his way to allay some of the concerns. he made the comments to the president of the olympic committee. he was proper happy to hear him because the ioc has been trying to walk an uncomfortable line about voicing concern about discrimination and not offending russia about its sense of
is charged with violating the move-over law, and failing to control the speed of his vehicle, to avoid a collision am. >>> well, a welcomed warmup our area today. let's take a live look outside. mix of sun and clouds. but temperatures today were mild. look at that gorgeous sunset. blue sky. sky eye chopper 13. what can you expect for the week and halloween? wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist chelsea ingram is at fells point with wjz, the mobile weather lab. but first, bob has an update on these chilly temperatures. but warmer today. bob? >> we warmed up today in the mid-60s. you bet. got up to about 65 this afternoon. after a chilly 33 this morning. right now, at 57. 50 out in oakland. 60 in ocean city. and 61 over in d.c. the dew point up to 41. still very dry air. right now we're 2 degrees warmer than we were yesterday at this time. but this morning, we did have chilly temps. we're at 33 degrees here. 30 in oakland. and 34 in cumberland. it was ray chilly morning. let's check in with meteorologist chelsea ingram, live at fells point with the wjz mobile wea
of the affordable health care act. a supporter of the law is leading an effort to allow the march 31st enrollment for the deadline to slide. >> the roll out has been a disaster. i'm proposing we extend when people can enroll. >> reporter: extending the enrollment period would give consumers valuable time to choose a plan that's best for them. republicans have similar ideas. >> it's harder and harder for them to justify why they wouldn't delay the individual mandate as well. i think you'll see them responding to the failure of this policy. >> reporter: today as the first family headed for sunday services, the president declined to comment. >> come on, guys, we're going to church. >> reporter: his administration is moving ahead. they believe if they can get the website working by the end of november, calls to delay will die down. there are even more problems over the weekend for the website. a data center failed losing connectivity to a key portal on the healthcare exchange. >> the obama administration has not revealed how many people have signed up for medical insurance under the affordable care a
calling for her resignation. yesterday medicare chief maryland tagner was grilled by law makers. she essentially defended her agency's rocky rollout of healthcare.gov but she also acknowledged the problems by apologizing. >> i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should. >> reporter: it's growing increasingly there there was not enough testing. republicans are also calling the president a liar, some of them saying the president misled the public about individuals being able to keep their health care plans. now we're hearing that they might for the be able to because they don't meet the new requirements. but the administration saying that basically that people will get better coverage with these plans. we talked a little bit about this yesterday. this morning we found some sound of the president on the record saying otherwise. >> if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. if you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan. >> reporter: more and more americans are getting some cancellation letters in the mail, peopl
want to be very careful. and there are some areas were the c h p is requiring tire chain laws in effect. but it is gorgeous and still pretty to look at. i spoke with some of the ski resorts and there are 10 in. at alpine meadows and they expected to rise as the snow continues. and pretty neat to see the first snowfall of the year. scott rates, kron 4 news. >> catherine: the 49ers and raiders were both victorious over the weekend. but one of the coaches is in hot water executive sports producer jason appelbaum is here - to show us what one of the raider's. assistant coaches did. it's probably something most coaches have wanted to do at one time or another.but raiders defensive coordinator jason tarver actually did it.and it was caught on camera. tarver flipped the officials the bird not once but twice.to go along with some choice words during the third quarter of the raiders 21-18 win over the steelers now what we would have been talking about had tarver not stole the headlines was this: the longest run ever by a quarterback in nfl history terrelle pryor goes 93 yards game untouched to g
. she says she has the law on her side. people do come up to you. >> that's the law? >> that's the question, robin roberts. >>> we're going to begin with chris brown. he was caught punching a man outside of a hotel early sunday. >> reporter: chris brown left this d.c. courthouse monday night, after spending sunday night in jail. the 24-year-old entertainer and his bodyguard were each charged with misdemeanor assault after allegedly punching a man in the nose. >> christopher brown committed no crime. we understand that his security acted to protect mr. brown. and mr. brown's property. >> reporter: brown was arrested after allegedly attacking 20-year-old parker adams. in the police incident report, the singer said i'm not down with that gay expletive. i feel like boxing. then, parker told police, brown punched him in the face. according to the report, brown's bodyguard threw a second punch. late monday, chris brown pleaded not guilty. his camp claims the victim was trespassing. his bodyguard was trying to stop him. adams told tmz, he would have accepted an apology at the scene.
on anyone except for valid foreign intelligence purposes and only work within the law. >> reporter: abc news has confirmed reports u.s. intelligence has listened in on the phone conversations of the leaders of 35 american allies. reports that drew sharp criticism from top members of congress in both parties. >> the reports are very disturbing. friends don't spy on friends. >> reporter: or do we? is spying on friends still going on? >> is the united states now listening in on the phone conversations of friendly presidents and prime ministers? >> john, i'm not going to get in to discussions of specific activities, intelligence gathering activities. >> we are listening in to the conversations of friendly heads of state. >> again i'm not going to talk about specific or alleged or reported intelligence gathering operations. >> reporter: the head of the nsa warned that new limits on u.s. espionage could be dangerous. >> is much more important for this country that we defend this nation and take the beatings than to give up on a program that would result in this nation being attacked. >> reporter:
into law. >> pretty interesting imagery. >> exactly. >>> let's move to the spyingen xadle that's rocking the nsa. testifying on capitol hill, top intelligence official said tracking foreign leaders, even allies, is a fundamental given. he said other countries absolutely spy on us. jim sciutto has been following the developments for us in washington. good morning, jim. >> incredible to see the heads of the most secretive organizations in the u.s. speaking out publicly and openly defending surveillance at home and abroad. they said emphatically the white house would have known of the spying but added the president might not have known of specific targets and they fought back hard against story line that the u.s. is the only country in the business of spying on its allies. after enduring weeks of accusations of spying overreach -- >> we want to report -- >> reporter: and even more in the hearing room. >> i'm going to say for the last time that the gentleman all the way on the left would be removed. >> reporter: u.s. intelligence chiefs pushed back, arguing that allies spy on allies. >> have
law. we are confident that mr. brown will be exonerated of any wrongdoing. >> reporter: brown was in town to host this party. the victim tried to get into a photo of brown and a female fan. brown said, quote, i'm not down with that gay expletive. and i feel like boxing. they say that brown and his body guard each punched him in the face. >> you know, he was hurt. he was full of blood. i'm thinking about the nose. >> i didn't see him throwing any punches whatsoever. >> reporter: this could have severe consequences for the popular r&b singer. brown who signed his first record deal at age 15 is serving probation for the what happened with rheanna. her bruised and bloody face shown in this picture from tmz. his probation was revoked briefly this year after a hit-and-run accident when a woman said he went ballistic on her after rear ending her car. he was given an additional 1,000 hours of community service. but stipulations from the rheanna case require him to stay out of all legal trouble. >> a newcrime even without a conviction can trigger a violation of that probation and the j
of the town and the entertainment industry. chris brown is in trouble yet again with the law. bruce? >> word is he is still on probation because of the assault on rihanna. >> yes, in 2009 he's been on probation for that. a course that stems from california. he's had other run-ins after that, but again, you know, authorities have been keeping a close eye on him. he's died at the age of 71. the lead singer died earlier today at his new york residence. the cause may be related to his recent liver transplant. the band was considered a major influence. recollaborating with the artists, the infusion of art and music. >>> well, you thought the game rg3 is off after the loss against the denver broncos. we've got highlights and comments. >> yeah, we had a moment of hope. they were there for three quarters over peyton manning and the broncos. most of the game he was missing wide open as they were unable to make plays. they held the ball long enough to hold the lead, but the broncos show why they are the highest scoring offense in the league. peyton manning able to overcome four turnovers to score 38 u
a major part of the state's restrictive new abortion law that was to take effect today. the texas attorney general immediately followed an appeal. he expects this case to end up before the u.s. supreme court. >>> former congressman jesse jackson jr. is spending his first night in prison, the start of a 2 1/2-year sentence. jackson reported to federal prison in butler, north carolina. the chicago-area democrat was convicted of spending $750,000 in campaign funds for his own personal use. according to a list from his lawyer, jackson is expecting many visitors, including louis farrakhan. >>> penn state still faces six claims in connection with the jerry sandusky sexual abuse case. that's after the school announced settlements with 26 young men. they will be paid nearly $60 million. the former penn state assistant football coach pursuing appeals of the sex abuse convictions that have basically landed him in prison for life. of the six outstanding claims, penn state believes some don't have merit. and other may produce settlements, as well. >>> across the pond, folks in northern europe are clea
mean why? >> the food? >> the food. the oatmeal in particular. >> there is a law. a nationwide law. pennsylvania touched on it that it is illegal to touch a woman's belly without her permission. >> while she's pregnant. don't touch my stomach right now that should be illegal. >> i think there's a thing where people feel -- i bet they did it to you, they walked up and put their hand -- >> it's a rite of passage. what pregnant woman was not touched by the starbucks employee? i was touched by the strangest people i didn't know. it was sweet. i didn't love when they were too high up or too low down. >> oh, gosh. >> okay. but it's sweet. sorry, mom, she just said enough. >> well, speaking of babies, the prince, the new prince has a new baby. we can't get enough of these photos. this was from the christening, you guys. we saw one with that long gown which is beautiful. you can even believe -- >> i mean, he is adorable. can you believe her? look how lovely and elegant she. >> she was playing volleyball, did you see her. she had on wedges. her stomach was flat as a board. >> i had a baby a
he tried to take a picture with him. brown guarded by law enforcement and bodyguards raises a peace sign to the crowd as he left the courtroom leaving his attorney to do all the talking. >> christopher brown committed no crime. we understand that his security acted to protect mr. brown and mr. brown's property as he is authorized to do under district of columbia law. >> reporter: brown's music career has soared over the last few years, but his behavior outside of the studio has some fans questioning if he's really learned his lesson from the violent past. brown is still on probation for domestic violence case in which he reportedly beat up his ex- girlfriend, pop star rihanna. >> you don't have to always react to everything. >> reporter: brown entered a not guilty plea in the d.c. assault. the allege victim in the case is from beltsville. the police report says he suffered broken bones in the nasal area. brown is due back in d.c. for a second court appearance on november 25th. we're live tonight, i'm rochelle richie, wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. the judge also ordered brown to
counterparts, after breaking quote german law on german soil. house chairman rodgers defended the nsa under surveillance on cnn sunday saying it was both well regulated and essential to keeping both americans and europeans safe from terrorism. >> i think the biggest story here, candy, if the united states intelligence services weren't trying to collect information with u.s. interests home and abroad. >> reporter: the no. 2, former number two n.cia, mike burrell on "60 minutes" calling this the most serious classified information in the history of the u.s. intelligence community. kate, we can expect more revelations coming out over the coming days and weeks and more scrambling and the administration to respond. >> it shows for the signs of slowing down now. thank you for starting us off. another big story in walk. pressure is mounting against health and human services secretary kathlene sebelius as yet another setback hits the obama care website. its data center crashed sunday, stopping enrollment in all 50 states, cnn's athena jones is following the development in the white house this morni
and that she is on probation from a 2012 d.u.i. conviction. >> reporter:by law, defendant's like marjorie reitzell are supposed to be arraigned within 24 hours of her arrest, unless they are physically unable to do so. >> reporter:therefore she will be back on the court calendar again on wednesday pending a re- evaluation of her medical condition. >> reporter:in redwood city rob fladeboe kron 4 news >> catherine: a san rafael jury is now deliberating the case against max wade. he's the 19-year-old accused of trying to murder two teenagers in mill valley when he was 17. he's better known for allegedly stealing a lamborghini belonging to celebrity chef guy fieri. yesterday, fieri testified >> catherine: he did not know wade, and did not give him permission to take the car. wade is being charged as an adult. he's facing about 30-years in prison. >> catherine: investigators say a fast- moving fire that ripped through a two story building in san francisco did roughly 800-thousand dollars in damage. it started in a building on valencia street at 25th street in the mission district yesterday. >
the nation. what does this mean now for the health care law? >> good morning to you. welcome to "early start." i'm zoraida sambolin. do you want to talk about the red sox? >> i can't! i haven't slept in three days and barely can speak at all. >> good morning. i'm john berman. i got to say this is a frightening way to start your week. >>> a statewide manhunt for four escaped inmates that could be armed and dangerous and happening in oklahoma. they broke out of jail 70 miles west of oklahoma city. the inmates were able to break a lock and enter a trapped door above the shower early sunday morning and made their way to freedom through a tiny crawl space beneath the roof. he. >> would got officers checking all of the abandoned vehicles and checking the residences where we might know they have relatives are living. you got to think they might be dangerous when you know they wouldn't when they left but we don't know where they are. >> four inmates and four orange prison suits have been discarded a few blocks from the prison. neighbors around the area are trying not to panic. >> a small town and th
. brown and mr. brown's property as he is authorized to do under district of columbia law. we are confident that mr. brown will be exonerated of any wrongdoing. >> reporter: brown was in washington to host this party on sunday night. the victim tried to get into a photo of brown and a female fan. at that point, according to the police report brown said, quote, i'm not down with that gay expletive and i feel like boxing. the victim told police that brown and the body guard each punched him in the face. >> you know, he was hurt. he was full of blood. i'm talking about the nose. >> i didn't see him throwing any punches whatsoever. >> reporter: this could have severe consequences for the popular r&b singer. ♪ brown who signed his first record deal at age 15 is serving probation for felony domestic violence against rihanna for what happened before the grammy awards four years ago. her bruised and bloody face shown in this picture from tmz. his probation was revoked briefly this year after a hit-and-run accident when a woman said he went ballistic on her after rear ending her car.
story. >>> a viral video tonight on the harsh reality for women in saudi arabia and a law that bans them from driving in their country. take a listen. ♪ no woman no drive no woman no drive ♪ . >> the song, of course, is a parody of bob marley's no woman no cry. this version appropriately titled no woman no drive has more than 3 million youtube hits since it was published a couple of days ago. >>> there's some new information about the date rape drug in tonight's health alert. you've probably heard of ruthy, a street term. it turns out alcohol is the most common used drug incident to date rape according to a crime lab supervisor. date rape drugs are rarely, if ever, seen in real life. so while drink spiking does happen, alcohol alone is enough to impair victims both physically and mentally obviously. >>> still ahead apparently mcdonalds not loving it, the fast food giant cuts ties with a long time partner. >> it was another beautiful day here in the d.c. metro area, temperatures starting to get warmer. i'll tell you when we reach the 70-degree mark in the first alert seven-day forecas
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